...to stand on the meeting of two eternities, the past and future, which is precisely the present moment; to toe that line. -H D Thoreau

We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be
to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. -
T. S. Eliot

30.8.10























Hibernating with a Deer Spirit
Walking back from the bus stop this morning I could
feel a shift in the air.
Winter Work is coming on.

14 comments:

  1. love that bear in the background, makes me want to go take a nappie...and I feel that shift too...

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  2. That is gorgeous. Simply gorgeous.

    And I'm back in SoCal... what's winter again? ;)

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  3. ah but lets not forget fall...

    love the pic and the combo of the animals and colors is wonderful...

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  4. I like your choices in this piece very much.

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  5. Oh gawd! Not yet! We've scarcely had summer here - it's been so cool. And Fall is my very favorite time of the year. Winter, not so much.

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  6. Relax, people! I call autumn my favorite month. I just jump ahead with plans since ... work-I-have-to finish-up-before-the-daylight-diminishes-and-weather-turns-cold just doesn't sound as romantic a 'Winter Work'.

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  7. great artwork.
    i love autumn:))

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  8. i don't know where you are, but here it's hot as hell--even at 4 in the morning!
    I love the texture in your painting, it's grrrrreat.

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  9. With images like this one, winter will be a little warmer, a little more beautiful.

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  10. Very nice.....see Toms comment for the rest

    Cheers!

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  11. It Is Whispering A Secret We All Know.

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  12. I'm fascinated by the symbolism, the forms and color in this piece. Fantastic! What's the medium?

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  13. Sharmon it is acrylic and karend'ache on board. Thanks for your visit and interest! -J

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  14. Ooooohhh! I love this piece with the "bear-deer". Or the er, dear bear.
    btw, cuz Jayne what's karend'ache?

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